Saint Patrick's Catholic Voluntary Academy

'Open your mind, open your heart, welcome to success'

Dates for the Diary 26th September – Y6 Trip to Kingswood Residential until 28/09/22 26th September – Otters Welcome Evening 3:30 – 4pm 27th September – Grenoside Woods Welcome Evening 3:30 – 4pm 29th September – Beeley Woods Welcome Evening 3:30 – 4pm 3rd October – Lees Hall Woods Welcome Evening 3:30 – 4pm 13rd October – Otters trip to South Yorkshire Transport Museum 4th October – Woolley Woods Welcome Evening 3:30 – 4pm

Lees Hall Woods

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Welcome to Lees Hall Woods' class page.



Here you will be able to see our exciting learning activities.


Class Teacher: Mrs. S. F. Smith.

Teaching Assistant: Mrs Haigh

PPA Cover : Mrs Knowles

Art and design : Miss Hall

Our class motto : 'Be the Change You want to See'!

Our philosophical question: What is so great about the world anyway?


Reading is our number 1 priority! In class we love to read and value how it exercises our imagination, the wonderful journeys it takes us on, the sheer pleasure of it all and the knowledge and skills it provides us with!  Please encourage your child to develop their love for reading.

Reading literacy is crucial to functioning well in adult life. 




Saint Joan of Arc

Each class at St. Patrick’s has a class saint that we learn about throughout the year. We talk about our Saint regularly and encourage the children to learn, talk and ask questions about their Saint. Each Saint has a Feast Day, where we celebrate their lives and what they did in order to become a Saint.

In Lees Hall, our class saint is Saint Joan of Arc. St. Joan of Arc received visions from St Margaret, St Michael the Archangel and St Catherine of Alexandria and is considered a heroine of the French 100 year war. St. Joan of Arc’s feast day is the 30th of May.

As part of our RE Topic 'Local Church - Community' Fr. Albert came in to talk to the children about the parish community and how the people of the  parish serve the community in church.

Godly Play opens up Scripture to the children through engaging their imagination. It allows the children to wonder about and engage with the stories on their own terms.

Collective worship - planned, organised and led by the children.







Saint Patrick's Catholic Voluntary Academy

'Open your mind, open your heart, welcome to success'


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